Best known for introducing drafting on a PC, Autodesk today provides a diversified product line for creating, managing and sharing digital assets.

Autodesk first revolutionized the software industry with the AutoCAD product, which introduced drafting on a PC. The widespread popularity of the product paved the way for Autodesk technology leadership in industries such as building, infrastructure, manufacturing, media and entertainment, and wireless data.

Autodesk's Asian clients include Toyota Assemble Services of Malaysia and Korean Railroad Technical Corporation (KRTC). With products such as Autodesk Inventor 11, AutoCAD 2007, and Autodesk Map3D 2007, the company is now recognized as the world's leading design and digital content creation resource.

Today, Autodesk is a fully diversified software company providing targeted solutions for creating, managing, and sharing digital assets. The company serves more than 6 million users, which include four global strategic partners--Microsoft, Intel, Hewlett-Packard, and IBM--as well as 2,500 third-party developers.